Civil War Times Illustrated 1985 Feb Sept Oct  1986 Feb April May Nov Lot of 7
Civil War Times Illustrated 1985 Feb Sept Oct  1986 Feb April May Nov Lot of 7
Civil War Times Illustrated 1985 Feb Sept Oct  1986 Feb April May Nov Lot of 7
Civil War Times Illustrated 1985 Feb Sept Oct  1986 Feb April May Nov Lot of 7
Civil War Times Illustrated 1985 Feb Sept Oct  1986 Feb April May Nov Lot of 7

Civil War Times Illustrated 1985 Feb Sept Oct 1986 Feb April May Nov Lot of 7

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Civil War Times Illustrated 1985 Feb Sept Oct 1986 Feb April May Nov Lot of 7
 
Civil War Times 1985 February
FEATURES
14A Cavalry Fight Was On
By Fred L. Schultz
J.E.B. Stuart's attack at Hanover
18An Inside Story
By George Skoch
Yankee newsmen imprisoned in the South
24The Common Sailor, Part I: The Yankee
Blue Jackets
By Dr. William Still
At work and play aboard Union warships
40A Mother's Plea
Edited by James Clark
They wrote only for their men to come home
Civil War Times 1985 September
FEATURES
12The Unrepentant Rebel
By Richard Pindell
Southern patriot Edmund Ruffin
20"The World Never Witnessed
Such Fights"
By W. H. Parsons, Edited by Bryce Suderow
A Texas Colonel's report from the Red River
26The Army Takes To The Air
By Thaddeus S. C. Lowe, Edited by Charles Cooney
The balloon story as told by its maker
32First Confederate White House
Photos by John E. Scott
The Davis home in Alabama
36Abhorrent To Civilization
By Wayne Austerman
The controversial explosive bullet



Civil War Times 1985 October
FEATURES
16A General Vanquished In The West
By Edward G. Longacre
"Old Rosy's" story
20Their Floating Palace
By Bruce Joel Hillman
The Red Rover's service
26The Rebels' Friend
Edited by M. Foster Farley
Assistance from a Northern woman
32Morgan In The Mountains
By James M. Prichard
His Kentucky campaign
38Sacrificed To Diplomacy
By James L. Conrad
The Blanche incident

Civil War Times 1986 February
FEATURES
THE RISE AND SURVIVAL OF PRIVATE MESNARD PART II
Submitted by Robert Dale Mitchell Edited by Robert Hoffsommer
Service west and south     10
HUNTING THE SPY HARRISON
By James 0. Hall
A modern search for a spy's identity18
WAR CRIME? COLONEL TURCHIN AND THE SACK OF ATHENS, ALABAMA
By Roy Morris, Jr.
Led by a Russian officer.
Mid-western troops ravage a small Southern town        26
PRODUCED IN MAGNIFICENT STYLE
By Lisa Pegnato
Even in war, there are diversions-Life upon the Civil War era stage       36




Civil War Times 1986 April
FEATURES
PLYMOUTH
NORTH CAROLINA: A GOOD TIME TO PRAY
By Michael Ballard
A needed Confederate victory in 1864                16
THE COMPLEX CONFEDERATE
By Samuel J. Martin
Richard Ewell, a lieutenant general with many loyalties              26
AN ACT OF VALOR AND A MEDAL
OF HONOR: THIRTY YEARS LATER
By Richard K. Tibbals
An officer from California gets his due for an act of heroism in 1865          36
MAYNARD
By Wayne Austerman
Massachusetts-made carbines become the favorites of Rebels               42

Civil War Times 1986 May
FEATURES
A GALLANT DEFENSE
By Martin Graham      12
Gettysburg combat
MR. SMALLS
By Howard Westwood           20
A slave no more
IN PORT ROYAL
Photos of an "experiment" in freedom          24
TREASURY GIRLS
By Janet E. Kaufman               32
Capital Confederates
AS I SAW IT
By Amelia Gorgas and Edited by Sarah Woolfolk Wiggins
The general's lady remembers Richmond falling                 40
U.S. GRANT SLEPT HERE
By John Eastman                    44
Touring his homes


Civil War Times 1986 November
FEATURES
ON THE EDGE OF DISASTER
By Mark Grimsley
Lee and McClellan meet at South Mountain, Maryland                 18
THE NEW BATTLE OF MANASSAS
By Fred L. Schultz Photos by Rod Bond
Reenactors come together for a record-breaking gathering in Virginia                2 4
THE ARMCHAIR GENERAL
YOU COMMAND
By Mark Serravalle
Opening the curious world of Civil War board games             30
TO THE BOTTOM AND BACK AGAIN
By Roger B. Steakley
Sent to a muddy grave on the bottom of the Yazoo River, the gunboat Cairo returned                   38




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